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Posted May 8, 2009

Susan Acker
Editor in Chief

The University of La Verne will make $5.8 million in budget cuts for the 2009-2010 fiscal year in order to obtain a balanced budget.

“The cuts have been spread pretty broadly across the campus,” Stephen Morgan, ULV president, said this week. “We attempted to cut in areas that were not noticeable to students.”

Some of the cuts to the budget include salaries and wages, and operations. Many of these cuts will be achieved through not filling vacant positions, though layoffs are also a possibility, administrators said.

“It’s important to note that when we embarked on cuts, there were no sacred cows,” said Avo Kechichian, associate vice president and treasurer. “Everything was on the table except for financial aid.”

“It’s really hard to predict what’s going to happen the next fiscal year,” Kechichian said.

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